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Where does the student activity fee go?

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— The University of Central Missouri’s Student Government Asscociation was allocated $34,400 of student money through student activity fees during the 2012-2013 school year. But…

New details in student contract

Story by ELLEN BECKER, Managing Editor— The university has released more details to the new student contract that will go into effect this fall. The “Learning to a Greater Degree…

UAVs: the way of the future

Story by ANDY LYONS, News Editor— Imagine drones flying around to inspect pipelines, manage crops and provide cell phone coverage during a natural disaster. During a presentation Wednesday in the…

Mollenkamp named distinguished professor

Every three years, the Meredith Harmon Sauer Distinguished Professor for Theatre and Dance is awarded to an “outstanding” candidate selected from a pool of applicants with specialization in theater and…

Jennies dedicate new sand volleyball court

Story by ANDREA LOPEZ, for The Muleskinner— During the morning hours of Saturday, April 27, the Jennies volleyball team dedicated the Robert G. “Bob” Russell Sand Volleyball Courts. The courts,…

Students bring early American tragedy to life

Story by ROB CURRY, Assistant News Editor— UCM’s Department of Theatre and Dance found a casting challenge in playwright Elmer Rice’s “Street Scene,” a play featuring 44 characters. The sprawling…

Student social equality group reborn

Story by SELBY FLYNN, for The Muleskinner— A past student organization is on its way to making a comeback. Students Advocating Gender Equality, is being revamped and started up once…

SAE pours time, money into dirt car

Story by JASON STRICKLAND, Sports Editor— Getting second place in a competition can be bittersweet, and that is how UCM ended up with a dirt track racing car. The president…

New face in the comm department

Story by AMBER WARD, for The Muleskinner— With the field of communication rapidly changing, the department of communication at the University of Central Missouri has felt the necessary urge to…

Yoga brings relaxation to Rec Center

Story by KRISTIN GALLAGHER, Business Manager— Their heads are down, eyes closed and hands stretched wide open at their sides. Their bodies sway slightly with each deep breath they take…